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October 8, 2013 / Burgess Park Food Project

It ain’t over in October

We are a busy bunch in the garden, harvesting beans, rocket, tomatoes, squash, the last of the cucumbers and potatoes and starting to tidy the place up a bit. Things are winding down, and we’ve started planning our winter crops  of broad beans, peas and winter salads.

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Del Boy the local traveller cob. His regular deposits have added growing power to the garden.

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A cheery weeder.

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Giant pumpkin with empty beehive (hopefully bees will come next spring).

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The deep.  Weeds, and strangely lemons are often found bobbing in the pond, left perhaps by the mystery gin drinker.

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Luscious lettuces.

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Milk thistle amongst the tomatillos.

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Tiny purple tomatillos -see the recipe for salsa on our food page.

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